Thursday, November 23, 2017

Holiday Greetings Teapot Album


Hello everyone! Are you all feeling the festive mood now? If not, check out this fun little Christmas teapot album which I've created using Clear Scraps teapot chipboard album. Below is a close-up on the cover of this album.


I've cut out the flowers from the pattern paper and make it dimensional by using foam adhesives. I've also detail the flowers with some Stickles.

Here are some pages in it.





This album can be a perfect Christmas gift for someone special. Hope you all like today's post and see you all again soon!



Sources: Album: Clear Scraps; Ink/Paints: Ranger Inks; Others: pattern papers, trims, pearls, white gel pen, chipboard, ribbon, twine, flowers, black pen, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

December Stories Misc Me Pages


Hello friends! It has been very long time since my last misc me pages post. Since Christmas is just a little more than a month away, today, I would like to share some Christmas related misc me pages with you all. I've used products by BoBunny to create this binder and misc me pages.

Below are some details and pages in it.



These metallic transfers and rub-ons are perfect for decorating this misc binder and pages.




By adding some glitters to the decorations, It adds some beautiful sparkles to it.



By using misc me pages, you can easily document all your Christmas pictures and memories in one binder. You can also add any mementos that you have collected to these misc pockets.

Thank you so much for dropping by and see you all again soon! 



Sources: Misc Me Products: BoBunny; Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Ink/Paints: BoBunny; Others: BoBunny transfers, stamps, glitter paste, dies, stickers, twine and chipboard, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Birthday Cards


Hello everyone! I bet everyone is planning to start on their Christmas projects. Before I start any of my Christmas projects, I would like to share this pair of birthday cards which featuring BoBunny!

I tried to keep these cards simple and elegant. I've done tons of intricate cut outs to decorate these cards.

Below are some closer look.



I've used some Stickles and jewels to detail the decorations on this card.



Hope you all like these cards and thank you for dropping by! See you all again soon!


Sources: Cardstock: BoBunny; Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks, BoBunny; Others: BoBunny jewels and rub-ons, Stickles, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Remembering Sweet Memories


Hello friends! Today, I would like to share another layout with you all. This time, it is an acrylic base layout with a floating effect. I've used Clear Scraps acrylic XL shape and stencil to create this layout.

Here are some closer look.


I've used some glittered dimensional medium to create the stenciled circles on the background of this layout.



I tried to minimize the cover up on this layout to allow more see through areas on this layout. Hope you all like today's layout and see you all again soon!


Sources: Acrylic Product: Clear Scraps; Pattern Papers: Prima; Inks/Paints: Art Anthology, Ranger Inks; Others: flowers, ribbon, jewels, stickers, brads, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Autumn Tag with Tutorial

Hi everyone! This week, I would like to share an Autumn inspired tag with you all. I've used tons of products by Clear Scraps and Faber-Castell to create this tag. This tag is filled with layers of gelatos and textured flowers.

Here are some closer look at it.



Now, here is the step by step tutorial. Have fun creating!

Supplies needed:
1 Chipboard Tag (Clear Scraps)
Swirl Flourish Stencil (Clear Scraps)
Fall Leaves Stencil (Clear Scraps)
1 November Collective pattern paper (Graphic 45 – Children’s Hour collection)
some burlap flowers and leaves
some pearls
ribbon
Burlap strip
white acrylic paint (any brand)
metallic gelatos (Faber-Castell)
red pearl pen (Viva Decor)

wet wipe

Steps:
1. Paint the chipboard tag with a layer of white acrylic paint and let it dry completely.


     2. Use a variety of gelatos and apply it onto the tag. Use your fingers to blend them.

 

      3. Use the swirl flourish stencil with a wet wipe and lightly remove some gelatos from the tag. This will create some white flourish images on the tag.


     4. Next, use the fall leaves stencil with some gelatos to create some leaves and cone images on the tag.


      5. Attach a strip of burlap on the bottom of the tag.


      6. Cut out some images from the pattern paper (November Collective of Children’s Hour collection). Add them onto the tag according to the picture below.

 

       7. Use some burlap flowers, leaves and pearls to further decorate this tag. Use a red pearl pen to add some red berries to it.

 

     8. Lastly, add a ribbon to the top of the tag.

     See you all again soon!

Friday, October 20, 2017

Mini Top Hat Clips


Hello crafty friends! Are you all planning to host a party during this upcoming Halloween? Thinking of what to create or give as party favors? Why not create these cute little top hats for each of your guests.

These top hats are very easy to create and fun. You can also create some with masculine look for your male guests. Below are some closer look on these clips.




I've actually created these for Chloe's birthday party guests. They love it! If you think that your guests might not want to clip it on, you can try making them into brooches. Here is a picture of Chloe with her top hat clip on.

I've forgotten to scan my template for creating these top hats, however, you all can simple google "mini top hat templates" to find some. Just adjust the size of it according to your likes.


It looks so cute on each of her party guests. Hope you all like this project and see you all again soon!



Sources: Pattern Papers: Doodlebug Designs, Graphic 45; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks; Others: Petaloo flowers and feathers, cardstocks, trims, pearls, ribbon, jewels, hair clips, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Altered Halloween Bottle Home Decor


Hello friends! Are you up for another Halloween project? This time, I'm sharing an altered Halloween bottle using tons of mixed media techniques and pattern papers by BoBunny. Below are more pictures on each sides of this bottle.



I've used some crackled and texture paste to add great distressed textures to it. I've also used some twine and burlap trim to soften the look of it.

Here are more close ups.




Hope you all find some inspiration from this project and start playing! See you all soon!



Sources: Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Inks/Paints: BoBunny, Pentart; Others: twine, burlap trim, jewels, decorative knob, jump ring, glitters, masking tapes, Beacon and other adhesives.

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